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Page 89 Chapter XLII. THE CHICKAMAUGA CAMPAIGN.

Name,rank,and command. Remarks.

Medical Director S. D. Turney, Brigadier-General Van Cleve

Twenty-first Army Corps. says, "By his skill,prudence,

and industry,he had so

arranged the division field

hospital that the wounded were

readily attended to without of

time.

Medical Director W. W. Blair,

First Division, Twenty-first Brigadier-General Wood

Army Corps. mentions him for efficient

services.

Medical Director E. J. Darken,

Third Brigade, First Division, Named by Brigadier-General

Fourteenth Army Corps. King for good conduct.

Medical Director M. G. Sherman Mentioned by Brigadier-General

[Second Brigade, Second Hazen for good conduct.

Division, Twenty-first Army

Corps.]

Medical Director A. J. Phelps, Major-General Crittenden says

Twenty-first Army Corps. by his judicious arrangements

nothing that could be done for

our wounded was neglected.

Medical purveyor B. H. Cheney,

Twenty-first Army Corps. Managed his department

creditably,says Major-General

Crittenden.

Medical Director Menzies,

Second Division, Twenty-first

Army Corps.

Assistant Medical Director Major-General Palmer says did

Sherman, Second all that was possible.

Division, Twenty-first Army

Corps.

Medical Director D. J.

Major-General Sheridan

Griffiths, Third Division, commends to special notice his

Twentieth Army Corps. good conduct.

Medical Director L. D. Waterman, Brigadier-General Davis names

First Division, Twentieth Army him for good conduct.

Corps.

Brigadier-General Johnson says

Medical Director Charles he was untiring in exertions

Schussler [Second Division], to alleviate the pain of the

Twentieth Army Corps. suffering.

Dr. Gray, Thirty-ninth Indiana, Colonel Harrison commanding,

Second Brigade, Second specially mentions his good

Division, Twentieth Army conduct.

corps.

Dr. J. H. Rerick, Forty-fourthIndiana, Third Division, Twenty-first Army Corps!@#$% "The ever-faithful surgeon," says Lieutenant-ColonelAldrich, "followed us frompoint to point, assisted byDr. Carr,and I am pleased tosay that no regiment hadbetter care of the wounded.

Name,rank,and command. Remarks.

He succeeded in getting all

our wounded from the hospital

which was captured by the

enemy."

Dr. Gross, Fourteenth Army Major-General Thomas says he

Corps.........
(Dr. Gross) was wounded early

Medical Purveyor in the engagement on Sunday,

H. C. Barrell.... but continued untiring in his

efforts to relieve the wants

of the wounded.

Major Caleb Bates,aide-de-

camp, Twentieth Army Corps.

Major-General McCook

Major George A. Kensel, chief compliments them for devotion

of artillery........... to duty,gallantry,and


attention upon the field.

Major J. Perkins,medical

director............ Major-General Crittenden says

he, "Has fairly earned and I

Major John Mendenhall,chief of hope may receive promotion."

artillery, Twenty-first Army Noticed by Colonel Laiboldt,

Corps. commanding brigade, for

gallant conduct.

Major Sabin,staff, Second

Brigade, Third Division, Major-General Granger says he

Twentieth Army Corps. rendered most efficient aid

and service.

Major J. S. Fullerton,staff,

Reserve Corps........... Major-General Granger,says he

deserves special mention.

Major Smith,staff, First

Division, Reserve Corps.

Specially mentioned by Major-

Major John Levering,assistant General Reynolds for the

adjutant-general
prompt discharge of their

Major O. Q. Herrick,medical duties.

director...............

Colonel Harker says the

Major S. L. Coulter,acting highest praise is due for

assistant adjutant-general, excellent conduct.

Third Brigade, First Division,

Twenty-first Army Corps. Mentioned for good conduct by

Colonel Grose,commanding

Major Kersey,medical director, brigade.

Third Brigade, Second Division,

Twenty-first Army Corps. Mentioned by Colonel Laibold,

commanding brigade,for good

Major Spinzig,medical conduct.

director, Second Brigade, Third

Division, Twentieth Army Corps. Commended by Brigadier-General

Major Wagner,surgeon, Second Brigade, First Division, Fourteenth Army Corps. Major Buford,aide-de-camp, Twenty-first Army Corps!@#$% Starkweather for good conduct!@#$%Speciallymentioned for good conduct byMajor-General Crittenden.

Name,rank,and command. Remarks.

Captain J. P. Drouillard,aide- "Deserve very honorable

de-camp.................
mention for the faithful and

Captain R. S. Thomas,aide-de- efficient discharge of their

camp.. duties always, and especially

during the battle," says

Major-General Rosecrans,

commanding. Major-General

McCook also notices Captain

Thoms for valuable assistance

in rallying the troops.

Captain Horace Porter,chief of "Were in the battle and

ordnance...........
discharged their duties with

Captain William ability and to my entire

E. Merrill,chief of satisfaction," says Major-

topographical engineers. General Rosecrans,commanding.

Captain D. G. Swaim,assistant

adjutant-general and chief of

secret service.

"Were on the field of battle,

Captain William Farrar,aide- and there as elsewhere

de-camp. discharged their duties zeal

and ability," says Major-

Captain J. H. Young,chief General Rosecrans,commanding.


commissary of musters. Major-General McCook also

notices Captain A. S. Burt for

Captain A. S. Burt,acting valuable assistance in

assistant inspector-general. rallying the troops.

Captain Hunter Brooke,acting "He and the escort," says

judge-advocate........ Major-General Rosecrans,

commanding, "deserve mention

Captain W. C. Margedant,acting for untiring energy."

topographical engineer.

Captain Garner,commanding

escort.............


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